Artifacts Criteria

Criteria for Identification of
Cahuilla Items Subject to Repatriation

  1. This document is designed for the use of Cahuilla bands participating in the Cahuilla Inter-Tribal Repatriation Committee and by museums and other institutions subject to NAGPRA. It meets a requirement stipulated by the NPS Grant Project Agreement #06-98-GP-152.

    The following information defines the means for identifying materials in collections that may meet the criteria of the NAGPRA legislation.
  2. Criteria Categories
    1. Territorial Maps
    2.  NAGPRA Categories
      1. Human remains & associated grave goods all items meet criteria for repatriation including common household, occupational, or personal belongings
      2. Unassociated grave goods
    3. Sacred & ceremonial items
    4. Items of cultural patrimony (owned by a tribe, clan or lineage)

GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Riverside County was separated from San Diego County on March 11, 1983. Cited in California County Boundaries, Owen C. Coy, Ph.D., Valley Publishing, Fresno, 1973. Prior to this date the area of Riverside County was part of San Diego County and old records may designate locations within the traditional use areas of the Cahuilla and Serrano as San Diego County.

View Some other names and spellings used for Cahuilla and Serrano tribes

  1. This document is designed for the use of Cahuilla bands participating in the Cahuilla Inter-Tribal Repatriation Committee and by museums and other institutions subject to NAGPRA. It meets a requirement stipulated by the NPS Grant Project Agreement #06-98-GP-152.

    The following information defines the means for identifying materials in collections that may meet the criteria of the NAGPRA legislation.
  2. Criteria Categories
    1. Territorial Maps
    2.  NAGPRA Categories
      1. Human remains & associated grave goods all items meet criteria for repatriation including common household, occupational, or personal belongings
      2. Unassociated grave goods
    3. Sacred & ceremonial items
    4. Items of cultural patrimony (owned by a tribe, clan or lineage)

GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Riverside County was separated from San Diego County on March 11, 1983. Cited in California County Boundaries, Owen C. Coy, Ph.D., Valley Publishing, Fresno, 1973. Prior to this date the area of Riverside County was part of San Diego County and old records may designate locations within the traditional use areas of the Cahuilla and Serrano as San Diego County.

View Some other names and spellings used for Cahuilla and Serrano tribes